2/23/16 – 4:52 A.M.
Ideas to upgrade recreational facilities in Findlay were talked about during a Monday meeting. Some of the long-term projects discussed at what was called a “recreation summit” included a second sheet of ice at The Cube, a field house, and eventually an indoor pool. Service-Safety Director Paul Schmelzer tells the Courier the most consistent thing brought up is the need for another sheet of ice in the city.
No large recreation projects are likely to happen this year. That’s because they weren’t factored into the city’s long-term capital plan. Schmelzer says an ice rink project could possibly “cash-flow” itself because of the demand for ice time.
Some smaller projects could happen sooner, like adding electric outlets to ball diamond dugouts and putting fencing around soccer fields.
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